Washington DC - With the Western Sahara conflict in a stalemate at the United Nations, It is time for Morocco and Algeria to resolve their long standing territorial dispute over the Eastern Sahara. The regions of Bechar and Tindouf where the source of 1963 Sand War and are still at the heart of the current “cold” war between the two nations. Since the Algerian military establishment will never agree to a settlement in the Western Sahara without an agreement over its borders demarcation with Morocco, an international diplomatic campaign highlighting territorial issues with Algeria remains the only choice for Rabat.

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Hassan Masiky was born in Kenitra, Morocco, and is based in Washington as a blogger and freelance writer.